Monthly Archives: December 2010


This post is dedicated to my elder son, who lives far away on the other side of the continent. Your West Coast family misses you and your family, Dave! The image leading this post was inspired by him. He crafted … Continue reading

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In the Deeps

A little more than a year ago, I moved from the dry, wild mountains and plains of Montana to the watery world of the Pacific Northwest. I’m still astounded by the differences.  While the mountains draw me up, the waters … Continue reading

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Day Blind

In five more days, not only will it be winter Solstice but it will also be a year since I started this blog. Not many of you read it last December, and because darkness still calls me with its power, … Continue reading

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Lightening and thunder startle me and the dogs this morning just as a grey dawn breaks the day open. It’s almost winter, and the rain is torrential, the temps are in the 50’s…by 9 a.m. or so, the sky is … Continue reading

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Oh my I have missed writing for you, missed imagining that you are reading my words and resonating – like harp strings across this globe. I have been deflected. I guess that’s obvious. And I’m thrilled by the reason I’ve … Continue reading

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